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(The Atlantic)   Yes we all agree that topless feminists are great but its time to talk about the real revolution, the Topless Beer Can Revolution   (theatlantic.com) divider line 66
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2013-04-06 03:13:06 PM

Elvis Presleys Death Throne: We all agree that topless feminists are great?

Sorry, but seeing a stinky, dreadlocked tofu addict with hairy, deodorant free armpits and boobs dragged to navel height by the uncountered forces of gravity would make my dick fall over dead.


Wow, a time-traveler from the 1960s! Neat!
 
2013-04-06 03:14:27 PM

Dear Jerk: It's funny how safety-minded everybody is, even though we have an amendment that directly repeals prohibition.


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2013-04-06 03:18:27 PM

oldernell: Oh, goody. More sharp pieces of trash on the beach to step on, just like in the 60's.  I wonder if Jimmy Buffett knows about this.


Drink alone in your basement, like the rest of us.
 
2013-04-06 03:42:03 PM

Elvis Presleys Death Throne: We all agree that topless feminists are great?

Sorry, but seeing a stinky, dreadlocked tofu addict with hairy, deodorant free armpits and boobs dragged to navel height by the uncountered forces of gravity would make my dick fall over dead.


Andrea Dworkin is dead, Grandpa.
 
2013-04-06 03:45:14 PM

Psycoholic_Slag: germ78: An improvised razor blade in the hands of drunk people. What could possibly go wrong?

/opening the can of cat food in the morning always worries me

Do you faint when you see a gun?


How about you have your hand slip and get sliced open while simply opening a can of cat food?
 
2013-04-06 03:48:45 PM
I see a problem with extra sloshing around in the car...
 
2013-04-06 03:54:32 PM

germ78: Psycoholic_Slag: germ78: An improvised razor blade in the hands of drunk people. What could possibly go wrong?

/opening the can of cat food in the morning always worries me

Do you faint when you see a gun?

How about you have your hand slip and get sliced open while simply opening a can of cat food?


Is it really that hard to put the can up under the lip of the electric thingy?
 
2013-04-06 04:06:15 PM
This is a bad idea. I remember those pull tabs turning up everywhere.
 
2013-04-06 04:23:16 PM
That's going to spill in my car.
 
2013-04-06 04:41:32 PM
Allegedly there are no sharp edges on the lid or the can, and these are only supposed to be on craft beers (ie beers that you don't suck down a whole case of at the beach.) I think it's a good idea.
 
2013-04-06 04:44:02 PM

mochunk: buckler: Rincewind53: oldernell: Oh, goody. More sharp pieces of trash on the beach to step on, just like in the 60's.  I wonder if Jimmy Buffett knows about this.

Exactly. People switched to the current can designs  for a reason.

Stupid craft beer people. Stick to brewing beer.

Coors is hideous for that. "We'll come up with more packaging gimmicks while still making a crappy product!"

blue mountains!


Blue boobies!
 
2013-04-06 04:59:13 PM

cameroncrazy1984: Mister Buttons: Can some explain the dangers that littered aluminum cans caused in the 60's to us younger folks?  Every google has returned results to aluminum conspiracy sites.

Poptops used to be removable.


Wow. Who'd a thought it would ever be necessary to describe poptops to someone? Or how the ground everywhere used to be littered with them.

Younger folks have it too easy. I'll bet there's a whole generation who've never had the vexing experience of trying to open the uncooperative spout of a milk or orange juice container.
 
2013-04-06 09:01:52 PM
TastyEloi:
Wow. Who'd a thought it would ever be necessary to describe poptops to someone? Or how the ground everywhere used to be littered with them.

Younger folks have it too easy. I'll bet there's a whole generation who've never had the vexing experience of trying to open the uncooperative spout of a milk or orange juice container.


Cream and half-and-half still come in all-paper containers.  So does buttermilk and eggnog.  Believe me, we've had the delight.

/&^&#!
//really did have no idea about the poptops
///just like cigarette filters, but now with puncture wounds!
 
2013-04-06 09:41:44 PM
If you don't remember pull tabs, then you don't remember glass shampoo bottles.
 
2013-04-07 12:46:39 AM

Mister Buttons: Can some explain the dangers that littered aluminum cans caused in the 60's to us younger folks?  Every google has returned results to aluminum conspiracy sites.


Hep C
 
2013-04-08 10:23:10 AM

cameroncrazy1984: Miller, specifically. The twisted bottle top? The punch-top can?


Also Coors. "The mountaintop turns white when the can is cold!  Because otherwise you'd have to way of evaluating the temperature of the can's exterior!"
 
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